Minor girl raped by six youths in Chhattisgarh
Korba: A minor girl has filed a complaint
here alleging she was raped by six youths in separate
incidents over the last three weeks, police said on Thursday.
According to the 15-year-old victim, a resident of
Deepika Police station area, she was returning from school on
January 28 when she met a youth named Amit.
Amit allegedly took her along on the pretext of searching
for his sister and raped her.
Later, he took her to Bilaspur, where she was confined to
a room for ten days, and repeatedly raped her along with four
of his friends.
She was later dropped in Raipur, police said.
According to the complaint, as the victim was
contemplating suicide by jumping in front of a train, a youth
stopped her and took her home and allegedly raped her.
Railway police later found her roaming in Raipur
railway station premises and sent her back to her home at
On reaching home, the girl lodged a complaint against the
six youths who raped her.
While Amit was arrested, the five other accused are
absconding, said officials.
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